Tuesday’s edition of De Telegraaf reported Rangers were set to decide quickly on their new manager, with Giovanni van Bronckhorst the favourite to take over at Ibrox.

On Saturday the same Dutch newspaper had stated Rangers were in a little hurry and could appoint their former player before the weekend was out.

That didn’t happen, and the Scottish Premiership club are still without a manager. De Telegraaf said, despite Scottish claims otherwise, that two men had been interviewed by Rangers over the weekend, Van Bronckhorst and Frank Lampard.

AD, another Dutch newspaper, now says the Glasgow club should ‘decide tomorrow’. They explain, just like the morning Dutch claims, that Lampard has been in the picture for the Ibrox job.

Van Bronckhurst is still thought to be in ‘pole position’ to take over at Rangers and is considering who he’ll take for his backroom staff.

Jean-Paul van Gastel, who has been the manager’s go-to man before, is currently working in China and it’s not thought he’d be able to move to Rangers in the near future.